Monthly Archives: March 2013

Bye Bye, Bonaire

After a week in the Caribbean, it was time to head home. Our flight wasn’t until the afternoon, so we squeezed in one more activity: kayaking through a mangrove on the eastern side of the island. Although everyone else on … Continue reading

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Turtle Revealed!

In my previous post, I showed you a photo of a hidden turtle- or so I claimed. Here’s some help in spotting the little guy. Click the thumbnails to see larger images.

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Snorkeling the Day Away

One last full day in Bonaire. Since I’m not allowed to dive within 24 hours of a flight (excess nitrogen and all that), today is all about snorkeling. Good thing, too, since we’ve been here six days, and Karen hasn’t … Continue reading

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The Best of the Rest of Bonaire

Most vacationers spend their whole time on Bonaire diving, diving, and diving some more. Karen and I aren’t quite as hardcore: we explored on land as well as under the sea. On our first day, there was a children’s parade … Continue reading

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